Election 2012: A Sad Nightmare but Steady Hope


I went to bed late but arose early, hoping against all hope that my waking would prove the nightmare of President Obama’s reelection to have been just a bad dream.  But it was not a bad dream; it was a bad reality, a sad statement about the soul of our once great nation. I am... Continue Reading →

Are We Asking the Wrong Question About Violent Islam?


In his recent U.N. address, President Barack Obama boldly prophesied that the future would belong to those who do not insult the prophet Muhamad.  I both hope and suspect his is a false prophecy.  The problem with his approach is that it is impossible. Exploring the question of what insults the prophet Mohammed yields answers... Continue Reading →

Yes, Persecution Is an American Concern


In light of the recent shunning of Christians by the Democrat National Convention, this post by Rebecca Hamilton at Patheos is well worth the read this morning. In the post, Hamilton comments on a lawsuit now underway in the UK. This lawsuit is significant because it foreshadows the future of lawsuits in America. Our trajectory... Continue Reading →

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